Life at Carlton Vale Infants School Life at Carlton Vale Infants School Life at Carlton Vale Infants School

 

Welcome to Carlton Vale Infants School

School Vision

Our Ofsted 2014 rated Carlton Vale a good school.

“The excellent relationships between staff and pupils provide the foundation for good learning and progress throughout the school”.

 Our Core Values are:

Creativity - Versatility - Independence - Resilient - Respect - Adventurous - Persistence - Problem Solving  (CVI RRAPP)

They form the bedrock of our decision making around every aspect of your child’s education.

Our vision is to create an environment where every learner has the opportunity to amaze us.

Our unique focus on developing the skills of learning along with our creative, active and exciting curriculum enables all pupils to be challenged to achieve their best.

We celebrate, and are proud of, all pupils’ achievements both in and beyond the classroom.

Our staff teams are totally committed to providing pupils with the very best education possible. The teams plan a wide variety of learning opportunities in and out of the classroom that broaden pupil’s experiences and enable them to develop new and exciting skills that round them as individuals.

We believe that the Infant years are the most important in a child’s life and certainly the most exciting. The sense of wonder and discovery as a child sets out in learning is a privilege to observe and to be a part of.

We strongly believe in team work. Children work as a team, with their teachers and support staff; you their parents working together with your child and the school to give them the best possible start to life.

OFSTED 2014This is good school

“The Head teacher, well supported by highly committed senior and middle leaders, governors and staff, is working effectively to raise standards”.

“Pupils achieve well from low starting points to reach average standards at the end of Key Stage 1”

“The school encourages pupils and their families to learn together, which supports pupils’ rising attainment”.

“Pupils are friendly and welcoming to visitors. All pupils behave in a respectful way to each other and other adults, both in class and around school”.

“Provision for the development of pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development is good. Pupils are encouraged to celebrate the diversity of different cultures and faiths, and time is made for reflection. There are many opportunities for children to experience the theatre and the creative arts”.

“Information and communication technology resources underpin many areas of learning, with notable impact on boys’ achievement”.

“The governing body effectively holds the school to account for its performance and the management of its finances”

Our motto ‘Grow together, achieve together” is instrumental in our journey to outstanding.

We have some very exciting times ahead of us and we are really looking forward to experiencing and sharing them with you all.

Learning Together.